A FESTIVAL OF WORDS AND IDEAS
Theatre by the Lake, Keswick, March 1 – 10, 2013
Words By The Water Festival Directors and Festival President Melvyn Bragg will bring to Keswick some of the greatest names in contemporary fiction alongside political
heavy-hitters, familiar broadcast faces and leading thinkers, economists, historians, scientists and performers, in the festival’s twelfth programme.
Words by the Water Festival of Words and Ideas
Young people will be able to attend the Words by the Water Festival of Words and Ideas for free this March, thanks to a new bursary scheme introduced by festival organisers. Anyone between the ages of 17-25 may apply for a place on the bursary scheme and successful applicants will be given tickets to see up to ten events of their choice.
Ways With Words Southwold Literature Festival, Suffolk
10-14 November 2011
The much anticipated line-up for this year’s Ways With Words Southwold Literature Festival has been announced with Tony Benn, Melvyn Bragg, Joanna Trollope and Maureen Lipman among the highlights.
20th ANNIVERSARY WITH BIGGEST EVER FESTIVAL
Among the line-up of over 160 events will be:
Marcus Brigstocke, James Naughtie, Melyvn Bragg, Alan Hollinghust, Maureen Lipman, Ben Okri , Karen Armstrong, Harry Hill, Robert Winston, Howard Marks, Margaret Drabble, Douglas Hurd, Shirley Williams, Shappi Khorsandi, AC Grayling.
Dartington Hall, Devon, July 8-18 2011
Announcing its 20th Anniversary line up, Telegraph Ways With Words Festival is set to celebrate this July with a programme that is larger, more diverse and more global than ever before.
4–13 March 2011 – at Theatre by the Lake, Keswick, Cumbria
Who would have thought that each year it would be normal for over 100 eminent speakers to come to the quiet town of Keswick within 10 days in March? Yet this is now a regular occurrence. This March Maureen Lipman, Claire Tomalin, Michael Frayn, Raymond Blanc, Melvyn Bragg, Roy Hattersley, Brian Moore, Roger Scruton, Peter Snow, AC Grayling, Michael Buerk – and over a 100 more speakers will be coming to the Words by the Water festival; now after 10 years renamed as a festival of words and ideas because it is precisely that.
Southwold Literature Festival
11-15 November 2010
It’s not often you find a literature festival serving up sun, sea and sex to its audiences. After all, there has never been much of a crossover between your typical lit. fest. crowd and the average 18-30 holiday scene. What’s more, mid-November on the tempestuous Suffolk coast may not seem the most obvious setting for such a summery mix of pleasures. But the Southwold Literature Festival programme (11-15 November) promises all of this and more this winter.
Tickets have gone on sale for the Ways With Words Southwold Literature festival in Suffolk this November. For over fifteen years this popular festival has hosted the country’s top writers and contemporary thinkers in the trendy seaside resort of Southwold and attracts an annual literary pilgrimage of festival-goers from across the UK.
Martin Amis, Ian McEwan, Andrew Motion, PD James, Martin Bell, Amanda Foreman,
Margaret Drabble, Melvyn Bragg, Fay Weldon, Antonia Fraser, Blake Morrison,
Joan Bakewell, The School of Life, Jeremy Hardy,
Artists Richard Long and Martin Creed
Dartington Hall, Devon, July 9-19 2010
The Telegraph Ways With Words Festival of Words and Ideas, Dartington Hall, Devon (9 - 19 July 2010) - Hi resolution images
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